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New Town Council Seated in Blowing Rock

The guard changed—but some things remained the same last night at the Blowing Rock Town Council meeting. Early in the meeting, newly reelected Mayor J.B. Lawrence took the oath of office, then he administered the oath to newly elected members Sue Sweeting, Ray Pickett, and reelected Full Story

 
8-Year Old Credited with Saving Mom From Fire

An 8-year-old boy in Lenoir is being called a hero after family members say he forced open the front door Tuesday morning after waking to flames and smoke spreading through his mother's home. Megan Stanfield suffered second- and third-degree burns to nearly one-third of her body Full Story

 
Blowing Rock Moves Forward on Theater

A great step was taken last night by the Blowing Rock Town Council toward giving the High Country another theater—maybe by this summer.  A number of elements would have to fall into place for that to happen, but the first step was taken with the town agreeing to move forward with the project, Full Story

 
Hospitality House raises $23k with Nov. Events

Two annual events that support the Hospitality House broke records this year in efforts to fight hunger in the High Country. The 3rd annual ASU Hunger Games and the 3rd annual High Country Turkey Trot together collected over 3,400 pounds of food and raised over $23,000. Full Story

 
Caldwell Crimestoppers Seeks Cash Grabber

On November 16th, 2013 at approximately 4:05 pm a white male entered the Save More convenience store and asked the cashier for change.  As the cashier was counting out money to make the change, the suspect grabbed $100.00 in various bills and left the store. The suspect then left Full Story

 
Ashe, Avery Morning Wrecks

An Ashe County man was injured in a morning crash just out of West Jefferson.  The 7:20am wreck occurred as 47-year old Derek Goodman was approaching slowing or stopped traffic on NC 163 near the Daniels Daughter bridge.  Trooper Brown of the NC State Patrol said the West Jefferson man Full Story

 
Best Western Probe: January Decision

The Chief Prosecutor of the 24th District Attorney’s Office says it will be at least a month before a decision is made about criminal charges in the three deaths from the Best Western Hotel in Boone earlier this year.  Britt Springer issued a press release Monday afternoon saying that she, Full Story

 
Washington in NYC for NFF Awards Dinner

Appalachian State University wide receiver Tony Washington (High Point, N.C./T.W. Andrews) arrived in New York City on Monday in preparation for Tuesday’s Full Story

 
From Our Foothills Partners...

LENOIR (WJRI) The Lenoir Police Department is investigating an armed robbery that happened over the weekend. Sunday evening a man was robbed at gunpoint at a residence on Calvary Place. The offender took $200 in cash among other items. Anyone with information about the crime Full Story

 
State Board to Hear Elections Board Complaint

The State Board of Elections will, once again, have issues from the Watauga Board of Elections on their agenda this month.  There are no details from the December 20th agenda item, one of two listed under “Complaints against County Board Members,” but it comes after a tumultuous fall Full Story

 
New Theater Proposed for Blowing Rock

The High Country area could soon have another theater—and in very short order, if the Blowing Rock Town Council agrees.  A number of elements would have to fall into place for that to happen, first with the town adopting a long-term agreement with Ensemble Stage, the Blowing Rock theater Full Story

 
Townsend to File for Sheriff

The political season for 2014 continues to heat up in the cold December weather, that with the announcement that Randy L. Townsend will run for sheriff against incumbent  Sheriff Len Hagaman.  In his release, Townsend said, “I am excited to announce my intention to file for the office Full Story

 
Crimestoppers: Fraud Suspect Sought

A recent crime is being featured by High Country Crimestoppers, seeking a suspect. On Wednesday, October 23, 2013 a woman’s wallet was reportedly stolen and one of her credit cards was used to make fraudulent financial transactions. The Boone Police Department is seeking Full Story

 
ASU Football Helps Spread Holiday Cheer

Led by head coach Scott Satterfield, Appalachian State University football student-athletes, coaches and staff spent several hours on Friday preparing shoeboxes full of gifts to be shipped around the world as part of the Samaritan’s Purse

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Wilkes Robbers Charged in Boone Robbery

Boone Police have arrested two suspects in a November 19th attempted robbery, the same two said to have been involved in an armed robbery in Wilkes County. The Boone incident involved a white male approached a female, asking directions as she was walking on East King Street in Boone. Full Story

 
Suspects Sought in case of Stolen Trailers

Crimestoppers is seeking information in a late November theft of two trailers. Just before Thanksgiving Day, November 28th, two trailers were taken from Blue Ridge Auto Sales at 1958 Old US Hwy 421 South, Boone, NC 28607.  Taken was a white 2014 Homesteader 712PT enclosed tandem axel Full Story

 
Boone PD: Investigation Information to DA today

In a very short press release this afternoon, Boone Police said that their evidence in the criminal case of the three deaths at the Best Western Hotel in Boone this past spring is being presented to the District Attorney’s office today.  The release said no further release is forthcoming Full Story

 
Cox Wins Player Of Month Award

After amassing 601 yards from scrimmage and 10 touchdowns in four games, Appalachian State University true freshman running back Marcus Cox (Dacula,

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Report: Firefighter Deaths Blamed on Arizona Forestry Division

The crew of 19 elite Hotshot firefighters led by an Ashe County native died needlessly in June, that according to a report from Arizona safety officials Wednesday, a damning report that accused state forestry officials of valuing land over firefighters' safety. Eric Marsh, 44, native of Full Story

 
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